A esoteric interest podcast by Ruben Schade, recorded in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney since 2005. Subscribe with iTunes, Pocket Casts, Overcast or add this feed to your client. Topics: podcast, new-time-radio, audio-magazine, australia, singapore
The podcast covers the use of free/libre and open source software for musicians. The show covers topics like software, gear, audio releases and recording. Listener contributions are encouraged including original music, interviews, tutorials etc. Topics: Open Source Software, Audio Production, Music, Linux
A computer generated podcast that takes the top 25 upvoted Today I Learned (TIL) posts from Reddit.com and reads them to you. This podcast is created entirely by a computer program and is read to you by an advanced text-to-speech API. This podcast is available via iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/til-reddit-recap/id969869446 and a direct feed http://sleepybandit.github.io/RedditRecap/TILRedditRecapFeed.xml Topics: Today I Learned, TIL, Reddit, Podcast
Every week the Maximum PC gang gets together to talk tech, answer your computer questions, and witness Gordon Mah Ung's incomparable Rant of the Week. This is the official podcast of Maximum PC. Tune in!
The Dr. Bruce Friends of Levity is a visionary science and magic community creating podcasts, video, animation, imagery, art and commentary on the state and future of the human experiment in the cosmos. Topics: science, magic
Africa Past and Present is a podcast about history, culture, and politics in Africa and the diaspora. The show highlights interesting and significant people, ideas, and discussions in African Studies from a wide range of disciplines and perspectives. Shows feature interviews with eminent scholars and persons, commentary on current events, and issues and debates of relevance to Africans at home and abroad. Africa Past and Present is hosted by Michigan State University historians Peter Alegi and... Topics: history, culture, politics, Africa, diaspora
radio continental drift celebrates the art of listening and the power of storytelling in local recordings, especially on the African continent. The “dramatic” field-recordings are presented here in playlists and shared under creative commons license with the invitation to global listeners to explore and use the archived audio. radio continental drift and its homepage http://www.radiocontinentaldrift.wordpress.com function as a “switchboard” connecting local projects, communities, and... Topics: storytelling, field recordings, listening, sound art, radio, media, community, arts, culture, oral...
This audio podcast series presents soundtracks of the pioneering weekly television series, Exploring the Illusion of Free Will. Through dozens of 28-minute episodes, host George Ortega explains why our commonly held notion that we humans have a free will is, upon inspection, quite illusory. The series also describes how we can create a world of far less blame, guilt, arrogance and envy by overcoming this ubiquitous illusion. The original Exploring the Illusion of Free Will television episodes... Topics: free will, public access
A computer generated podcast that takes the daily This Day In History writeup from History.com and reads it to you. This podcast is created entirely by a computer program and is read to you by an advanced text-to-speech API. Topics: Today in History, Podcast
Devoted to delivering the latest Nintendo related news, the GoNintendo podcast covers everything Nintendo, from legacy systems to the upcoming Nintendo Revolution. Click for more information about GoNintendo.
The news of the week and its coverage by the media is the topic of this radio show podcast. News from Neptune is hosted by C. G. Estabrook and P. Mueth, and produced by J. B. Nicholson-Owens, at the studios of WEFT (90.1 FM) in Champaign, Illinois. The show is named in honor of Noam Chomsky, who said, "Either you repeat the same conventional doctrines everybody is saying, or else you say something true, and it will sound like it's from Neptune." Click for more information about News...
Directors Notes is an interview podcast dedicated to independent filmmaking in all its wondrous forms, lengths and styles. The show digs deep into the what, how and why of the world's best filmmaking in the only way that counts - by hearing directly from those talented individuals who have successfully taken their ideas from concept to screen. Topics: film, movie, filmmaking, directing, interview, independent, cinema, shorts, features
The Back to Front Show is a weekly podcast hosted by Keir Whitaker and Kieran Masterton, both veterans of the web development industry. More often than not recorded with the aid of two Blue Yeti's and a dodgy Skype connection each episode sees them dive into the latest happenings in the web and tech industries Topics: Web, Technology
The Adventures of SoopaBee: Motorcycle- and movie-related discussions from the seat of a 2002 Honda Shadow Sabre. Watch SoopaBee videos at YouTube.com/SoopaBee or visit SoopaBee.com. Topics: motorcycle news, motovlogs, movie reviews, motorcycle reviews
PEON Podcasts is a podcast network that's home to the comedy/chat show HARD 2 SWALLOW, as well as BOMBentaries, CINEMA SHIT SHOW and CALL LOGS. To meet the team and take part in our growing archive of entertainment, visit www.JayBidwell.com or find us on facebook @ www.facebook.com/PEONpods (Recorded in Grand Rapids, MI) Topics: PEON, Podcasts, Pods, Comedy, Chat, Podcast, Jay, Bidwell, Beth, Buchanan, DVD, Movies, Tech,...
MotoPod, The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast, is an internet radio show dedicated to MotoGP and motorcycle racing news, interviews, commentary, opinion and rumor! MotoPod's primary focus is MotoGP, the premier class of the FIM World Championship Motorcycle Grand Prix Road Racing Series, but we’ll have occasional sidetrips into the world of FIM SBK World Superbike, Supersport and many other forms of two wheeled motorsport. Find out what’s going on in the sport that is the pinnacle of... Topic: motorcycle racing
Three techies discuss consumer technology, the Internet, and blogosphere in this podcast which provides "infotechment for the geek in everyone"! Click to find more information about The Best Damn Tech Show, Period.
A group of friends who ramble and shamble while dice rumble and tumble. Call us casually-hardcore role players of Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder. Topics: dungeons, dragon fisters, pathfinder, roleplaying, rpg
This is a series of podcasts, relating to the academic and Christian reading of the Bible. They are all around 5 minutes in length. I am a teacher of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament who for most of the last two decades has worked both in a secular University and in a denominational seminary. These recordings aim to bring the two parts of my professional life together, in a way that is useful to thinking Christians, pastors and theological students. Topic: bible
Every weekday from 6 to 9 a.m. on the Ideas Network stations, listeners can hear Joy Cardin talking with a wide variety of guests about issues that matter -- from politics to popular culture. Joy's producers Bill Martens, Robyn Cherry, and Christie Taylor look for knowledgeable guests from different perspectives on state, national and international news and lifestyle topics like healthy living, travel and recreation.
The T3 Podcast is an audio podcast published weekly on Fridays via T3.com and iTunes. It is hosted by presenter Dan Maudsley with T3 Operations Editor, Duncan Bell, and T3.com's Rhi Morgan. The 200th episode was broadcast live via Mixlr from the Hospital Club, London on 16 September 2011.
A geeky podcast currently featuring Brendan Creecy and Phil Vecchio talking about books, movies, soda, Doritos, video games, Disneyland, and so much other stuff. Also classic episodes featuring the brendoman.com crew. http://radiobrendo.com Topics: podcast, Brendan Creecy, Phil Vecchio
The best (ONLY?) NES game by game podcast. We take a game by game approach to discussing what is quite possibly the finest game console of our time... the Nintendo Entertainment System. Topics: Retro Gaming, Video Games
5 Song Set is a semi-monthly five song music podcast, featuring an eclectic mix of generally upbeat music. You'll hear everything from ragtime to punk, along with information about the musicians who created the music. All songs on the 5 Song Set podcast are played with permission of the musicians. Topic: 5 Song Set
Ouebe Musique is a radio show on the waves of CKRL 89.1 (Quebec City, Canada). The show offers an eclectic music selection of artists and netlabels who publish under a Creative Commons license or in the Public Domain. The show (in french) is produced and hosted every Sundays by Simon Roy. The playlist with links to download the tracks heard on the show can be found at: www.ouebemusique.ca Topics: netaudio, radio, CKRL 89,1, Quebec City, French
Bloodthirsty Vegetarians podcasts The show is mostly talk, typically about the news of the day, politics, culture, pop culture, movie reviews, and with two pieces of Podsafe music thrown in, per episode. Lots of humor and straight talk, and in the entire history of the show, maybe one or two swear words. Topic: podcast
Our beat is the labor front, broadly defined, both geographically and conceptually. We examine the world of work and workers on the job as well as where they live. We examine the issues that affect their everyday lives, with a particular sensitivity towards human rights abuses, environmental concerns and the U.S. drive for global domination. We record their global struggles and provide analysis of their efforts to empower themselves and transform society to provide greater democratic, human,...
Slaughter Film is dedicated to "reviewing the films that are legendary, even in Hell!", whether it be because they are terror-ific works of celluloid art, or because they are so damn awful they deserve public ridicule. Either way, Slaughter Film has taken it upon itself to reach out to as many people in the movie watching community as it can to tell them about it. We cover horror, sci-fi, b-movies, various forms of exploitation, indie films and documentaries. We review these films,... Topics: Slaughter Film, Podcast, film, movie, review, horror, sci-fi, b-movie, exploitation, monster,...
Reasonable Faith. Defendable Truth.This podcast is dedicated to all those living in confusion, who are in pain, and who are searching. He who has ears, let him hear. Each week, Greg and Brian will present a study of God's Word or discuss what the Lord has laid on their hearts over the past week. Topics: podcast, Christian, God, Jesus, religion, faith, discussion, Bible, Scripture, Apologetics, study
This surrealistic podcast features absurdist dialogues between an imaginary ALLIGATOR and a real human BEAN, as they skewer politics, religion, science, metaphysics, and human folly. The "talent" never knows in what direction the improvisations will veer. Head-buffoon, "Alligator," spouts thought-provoking nonsense. He is guaranteed to confound you with his new theories and inventions. Co-buffoon, Tim, confuses matters even more with his random contributions, which often... Topics: Podcast, Alligator, Croc, Comedy, Humor, Improvisation, Stream of Consciousness, funny, absurd,...
This podcast is for anyone interested in the epic literature of India, its spiritual philosophy, the life & background of Krishna, or any of the fascinating stories of the great epic the Mahabharata. Topics: India, Krishna, Mahabharata, spiritual philosophy, podcast
Sustainable Growing with Quarter Acre Farm is a weekly show that explains how to live a local lifestyle. Hosted by Andrea Davis-Cetina, farmer of Quarter Acre Farm, a certified organic vegetable farm in Sonoma Valley. Each week the show features an insightful person from the field of sustainable agriculture, handcrafted business, or social advocacy. The show is full of advice for gardeners and farmers alike. Topics: agriculture, sustainability, local food, sonoma, farmer, organic
For an hour every day, the show uses the Internet to talk about the world. Bloggers in Kenya, podcasters in the US Army on the Iraqi border, legions of Wikipedia editors: Open Source puts their voices on the air with the thinkers and writers who can help make great conversation (and sense of the world). As the producers book the show, you're tracking their progress at radioopensource.org, telling them who to call next. Open Source is an hour-long daily arts and current affairs public radio talk...
Cast of Wonders is a YA fantasy and science-fiction podcast. Available in iTunes or through your browser, and fully smart-phone compatible, the show is hosted by Graeme Dunlop, and edited by Barry J. Northern. For any suggestions or feedback about the show, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or post in the forums. Topics: Fantasy, Science Fiction